NFL Play-offs, Super Bowl, and NBA action, are keeping the seats filled, in many sports bars around the US.
Excited and eager sports fans are looking to cheer for, or against, their favorite or not so favorite, teams.
When your personal favorite team doesn't make the next round, you can continue watching the games passively, or actively join-in on the action.
Choose one of the active teams, having the most qualities that you admire in the sport, and continue enjoying the games.
With great food, cocktails and the crowd's excitement, it's always a good time, whichever team wins.
Sports bars offer a place for the avid sport's fan to congregate and enjoy a very specific camaraderie and mutual interest in sports entertainment. The bar's theme varies depending on which sport is emphasized, at the owner's choice.
Happy Hour, drink specials, ginormous burgers, and spicy buffalo wings, are a staple at any sports bar. The food and atmosphere adds something extra, a sense of occasion to the sporting event.
With giant screens playing 20 different games, there's something for everyone, at the neighborhood sports bar.
Ladies, be mindful that the average sports bar, is a male dominated environment, so the language may be somewhat unfiltered.
Check-out some of the sports bars around the US worth visiting, more than 100 bars on the list.
Alabama, Rock Bottom American Pub, Montgomery
Rock Bottom never takes its eye off the ball, with more than 30 HD TVs, three 110-foot screens, an outdoor patio, dozens of beers, a hefty burgers, darts, pool and “the tri-county’s only surround sound sports lounge.”
Alaska, The Peanut Farm Sports Bar & Grill, Anchorage
The two-story bar is a high-ceilings sports lounge marked by an 80-foot-long bar, 70 flat screens and projection TVs, major satellite packages and a promise to cover the most games of any bar in the state.
Arizona, Blue 32 Sports Grill, Scottsdale,
A thunderdome of televisions in varying configurations ensure that every geometric angle in the bar is within view of no fewer than five screens and, often as not, five different games.
This indie stands tall, with plenty of space, TVs, dartboards, pool tables and exemplary bar food.
California, Players Sports Bar, San Diego
70-plus TVs habitually tuned to the Universities of California, Illinois, Missouri, Texas and North Carolina for their attendant alumni and fans.
Colorado, Sports Column, Denver
A regular on national top sports bar roundups, this Coors Field-adjacent sports-drinking theme park is ambitious, with all of the beer choices and bombast that define the word.
Connecticut, Rookies Sports Bar & Grille, Cromwell
If it weren’t for this place, there might not be a Samsung. The bar’s 85 HDTVs include wall-size projection screens and individual booth monitors.
Delaware, Tailgates Sports Bar and Grill, Newark
Delaware isn’t necessarily known for its profusion of championship sports bars, but Tailgates carries the squad with 22 TVs, various sports viewing packages including DirecTV Sunday Ticket for NFL games, the usual bar menu and regional specialties such as steamed shrimp and Maryland crab soup.
Florida, Gators Cafe & Saloon, Treasure Island
The largest waterfront bar in the world offers six separate bars, countless TVs and dock space for the USS Nimitz.
Georgia, The Midway Pub, Atlanta
Bone-crunching NFL games? Got it. PGA match play? It’s on. The 100-plus beer menu is all-inclusive.
Oahu, Hawaii, Champions Sports Bar & Grill, Honolulu
Centrally located, minutes outside of Waikiki, this bar is the locals favorite. Great bar food and unique local dishes. Pool tables, darts, 20 TV screens, and a wide array of imported beer, on-tap.